Tiffany Pennamon - Higher Education
Tiffany Pennamon
Tiffany Pennamon is a graduate of Spelman College and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. A native of Atlanta, she is the assistant editor, writing stories and editing for the magazine and web operations. Tiffany has reporting and editing experience, having worked at the Atlanta Tribune, and Rolling Out. During her undergraduate years at Spelman, she was an editor with The Maroon Tiger newspaper.

More Community Colleges Are Hiring Chief Diversity Officers

by | January 4, 2018
Following the model of four-year institutions, community colleges across the country have now b [...] Read more

New York Governor Proposes Legislation to End Hunger at all Public State Schools

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New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo will introduce legislation this year that would require all S [...] Read more

Report Details Evidence of Sexual Harassment, Inappropriate Behavior at APSA Annual Meetings

by | January 3, 2018
A new study by the American Political Science Association found that a “sizable” minority o [...] Read more

LSAC Shifting the Dynamics of the Legal Profession

by | December 21, 2017
In an effort to introduce undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds to the legal professi [...] Read more

Report: Most Institutions Restrict Speech Protected by First Amendment

by | December 19, 2017
A new Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) report on the climate of free speech [...] Read more

Baltimore City Community College Receives Grant for Tobacco Education

by | December 18, 2017
Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) is the latest school to receive a $20,000 grant to educ [...] Read more

Community College of Philadelphia Creates “Path of Possibilities” for its Students

by | December 17, 2017
After completing an associate’s degree from CCP in 2015 and a bachelor’s degree from Temple [...] Read more

Clark Atlanta University Receives Funding to Increase Diversity in Art Museum Leadership

by | December 14, 2017
The Clark Atlanta University Art Museum is one of 20 U.S. art museums that will receive funding [...] Read more

ATI Commits to Enroll and Support High-Achieving, Low- and Moderate-Income Students

by | December 13, 2017
Since its launch in December 2016, the American Talent Initiative (ATI), a Bloomberg Philanthro [...] Read more

Saint Anselm College Eliminates Application Fee for First-Generation Students

by | December 12, 2017
A New Hampshire college seeks to increase diversity by immediately eliminating the enrollment a [...] Read more

Dr. Ajay Nair Selected as Next President of Arcadia University

by | December 10, 2017
Arcadia University’s Board of Trustees announced that Dr. Ajay Nair has been named the 22nd p [...] Read more

Lumina Foundation to Award $2.5 Million in Grants for “Addressing Hate”

by | December 5, 2017
Violence and racial chaos in Charlottesville earlier this year sparked a call to action for one [...] Read more

Context Needed in Coverage of Libya Slave Trade, Media Experts Say

by | December 4, 2017
The auctioning of hundreds of African immigrants in Libya is perhaps one of the most underrepor [...] Read more

Stan State Dedicates Diversity Center

by | November 30, 2017
California State University Stanislaus, known as Stan State, recently dedicated a new Diversity [...] Read more

Education Secretary DeVos Praises Senate Action on FAFSA Legislation

by | November 28, 2017
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos has praised a Senate committee for moving forward with [...] Read more
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